Playing Rhythm and Chords on the Guitar, while singing is very satisfying… We can do it for ourselves, for family and in groups, even accompany others for a great time.

When you know how to divide the skill into its subskills and know what to practice, you get better with it. Else, it is often difficult to keep the rhythm while singing, the pitch doesn’t match with the chords, one doesn’t know where to start, even if you start correctly, you may lose sync.

You need to know what the basic skill for rhythm in this case is, and how to divide time and sync with the lyrics.

To make this complex task easier for you, I have put together a Free video explaining what and how you need to practice.

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Being able to play rhythm and sing. The different parts of the skill:

  • singing
  • playing guitar
    • rhythm
      • fingerpicking
      • strumming
        • plectrum or hand
        • start with downstrokes, advance to up down and muting
      • identifying rhythm
        • knowing the different rhythm types
    • chords
      • open chords
      • transitions
      • open to barre
      • barre transitions, optimizations, body efficiency
      • finding chords on your own – vocal support and freedom.
  • skills to do the two together
    • automatic rhythm hand, like a train
    • watching and the lyrics and entering the train at the right place
      • not all songs start with vocalist and rhythm downstroke on the same place
        • marugelara
        • own example like neelasagara nayana
    • watching the lyrics and timing during the song – more experienced, more the sense of position within timing
  • Extras
    • practising rhythm maths and rhythm solfege basic
    • understanding rhythm as repeating unit